max ∂_{X} ∂_{Y} detrendedbfl ∫dY [ Morliere taux ] climatology: ∂_{X} ∂_{Y} zonal wind stress data
taux int_dY adif partial_Y partial_X max max
∂_{X} ∂_{Y} zonal wind stress from Morliere: Zonal and meridional wind stress data for the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific Oceans from Alain Morliere\'s model.
Independent Variables (Grids)
 Time (time)
 grid: /T (months since 01Jan) periodic (Jan) to (Dec) by 1.0 N= 12 pts :grid
 Longitude (longitude)
 grid: /X (degree_east) ordered (99W) to (19E) by 2.0 N= 60 pts :grid
Other Info
 CE
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 CS
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 datatype
 realarraytype
 units
 5.72957795130823 kilogram meter^{1} radian^{1} east second^{2}
 history
 max $partialdiff sub X$ $partialdiff sub Y$ detrendedbfl $integral dY$ [ Morliere taux ]
 Wind stresses from Alain Morliere's model.
max over Y[35S, 57N]
max $partialdiff sub X$ $partialdiff sub Y$ detrendedbfl $integral dY$ [ Morliere taux ] climatology Averaged over T2[1981, 1989]
Last updated: Mon, 12 Sep 2016 21:27:18 GMT
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